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New Intelligent Biometric Security Program Can Adapt to Human Behavior
Brandon Turbeville/Activist Post
It has recently been announced by Homeland Security News Wire that researchers at the Biometric Technologies Laboratory at the University of Calgary have improved upon current commercially available biometric identification technologies to the point of creating a form of artificial intelligence capable of making decisions regarding biometric information received from a variety of different sources.
The new biometric security program works by simulating the “learning patterns and cognitive processes of the brain.” The system was developed by the research and application of “neural network-based models for information fusion.”
Professor Maria Gavrilova, the head of the lab that conducted much of the research for this project at the University of Calgary stated:
Our goal is to improve accuracy and as a result improve the recognition process. We looked at it not just as a mathematical algorithm, but as an intelligent decision making process and the way a person will make a decision.
What makes this algorithm different from previous systems is its ability to “learn new biometric patterns and associate data from different data sets.”
This learning ability allows the system to combine information from more than one set of data measurements and subsequently to “combine features from multiple sources of information, prioritize them by identifying more important/prevalent features to learn and adapt the decision-making to changing conditions such as bad quality data samples, sensor errors or an absence of one of the biometrics.”
The various “data sets” of course, include information such as fingerprints, voice, gait, facial features, iris prints, etc. This new system not only categorizes, stores, and recognizes such data but it has the ability to make actual decisions about which piece of information is the most important or effective in a given situation, and also to adapt to different environments and incidents where the features are subject to change.
Yet, although the new program being announced by the University of Calgary represents a giant step forward for biometric security systems, the truth is that these programs are not coming in the future, they are already here.